Grendon welcomed Codsall
Legion Sundats from Wolverhampton to Boot Hill on Sunday, in the Semi-Final of
the BCFA Roger Wood Memorial Cup.
The game started at a frantic
pace before Sundats opened the scoring on 15 minutes with a crisp finish. The
away side pushed forward and on 20 minutes were awarded a penalty, when a 20
yard screamer was handled on the line, resulting in a red card for the offence.
Although the penalty was superbly saved by keeper Jake Grogan, the 10 men of
Grendon were then no match for an in form Sundats, who finished the job in a
Grendon can be proud of their
achievements in this County wide premier competition, and for being excellent
ambassadors for all associated with the NDSFL – Well Done !!
Athletico Duke are through to
the semi-finals of the Brian Dowsett Memorial Cup after they Beat their
Division Two rivals SS Bulls Head 6-2. Duke raced into a 4-0 held time before
Bulls Head fought back after the break. Lee Lovett scored twice for Duke with
singles coming from Nathan Goddard, Matt Ellis, Connor Pugh, and Jacob
Townsend. Josh Atkinson’s curling set piece and Darren Page’s goal from 30
yards made up the Bulls Head reply. Trent Valley earned their place in the
quarterfinals of the same competition thanks to their 2-1 win over Ambleside.
Michael Sadler and Joe Joe Wilson scoring their goals.
Fuzzy Duck came from 2-0 down
against Poplar Athletic to eventually draw level and win 3-2 on penalties in
the Premier Division Challenge Cup. Brady Middleton and Alex Moore both found
the net for Fuzzy Duck.
Attleborough FC were 4-1
winners against Chase FC in the League Three Challenge Trophy. 10-man Chase
took a first half lead but second half goals from Steve Pywell, Ryan Potter,
Ash Tandy, and Alex Lock secured the win. Ash Clarke and Denzil
Richards both scored twice for Coniston Tavern as they beat Tarro Lounge Caterpillar
6-2 in the Division Four Challenge Trophy. Jonathan Bowen and Daniel Devall
added the Coniston singles, Eliot Percival and Nathan Turner replied for Tarro
Collycroft Royal Oak Warriors
take over at the top of Mark Blair Mortgage & Finance Division Two but had
to come from 3-1 down against Barwell Cricketers before winning 4-3. Connor
Beasley’s hat trick for Barwell gave them the lead but goals from Chris Camwell
2, Kyle Carey, and a late winner from Ashley Piper, secured the three points.
Whitestone drop to second
after they were held to a 1-1 draw with Ashby Road Sports. Dave Ison came off
the bench to score the Whitestone goal, Matt Mangiante found the net for Ashby
Road. George Arnold scored twice; Steve Hall added the other as Crows Nest Sports
beat Bedworth Bank 3-2.
Phoenix Utd moved into fourth
spot in Raihan’s Indian Takeaway Division Four thanks to a 3-0 win over Lamb
& Flag Res. Bermuda’s 6-0 win over Griff & Coton Manor Res
with goals from Ashley Mantack, Ryan Healy, Cameron Greenhough, Sulav
Khadka, Dan Morris and Lewis Davis consolidates their mid table
position. A Luke Newton’s brace and singles from Danny Winterbotham
and Alfie Parry secured all three points for Red Lion Barwell in a 4-2 win over
Attleboro Sports Res.